Sundeep Kishan is back with an interesting film called Manasuku Nacchindi. On the eve of the film’s release, we caught up with Sundeep for a brief interview. Here is the transcript.
About your role?
I play a happy go lucky guy called Suraj who belongs to a middle class family. He carries a carefree attitude and does not take things serious in life. I have never done such a role to date and am excited to see how the audience react to my role.
How is the film going to be?
Some films are narrated through a good story whereas certain moments in the film carry things forward. Our film is filled with such romantic moments which will be loved by the audience big time. Every thing in the film is simple and fresh.
Working with Manjula?
She has done a very good job with the film. What was on paper has been showcased beautifully on screen. She has narrated the film on a very interesting note and her work will surely impress everyone.
What have you learned from your failures?
I have learned a lot. Initially, I used to do films which had a lot of fun elements. But slowly, I changed my focus towards concept based films which did not work for me. Manasuku Nacchindi is a fun love story and will bring me back in the game.
Has Mahesh Babu watched the film?
He has seen the film in bits and pieces and loved whatever he saw. He will watch the complete film along with his family on the release day.
About Problems with your producer Basheed?
Whatever he says is complete untrue. He did not clear the dues to the original producers and released the film in Telugu. He did not promote the film at all. He cheated me in every aspect and has even gone to jail. He troubled me a lot and I will never forgive him in my life.
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